It seems the more rare, beautiful and desirable something is the more expensive it becomes to make one yours. Unfortunately the world of cars is no exception to this rule which create some pretty outrageous prices for the most sought after cars in the world.
Taking a Nissan GT-R to race a bunch of exotic supercars is beating a dead horse at this point. But what about its tall-boy equally-well-endowed brother, the Juke R?
Few would accuse anyone who drives a super car like the Ferrari 458 of wanting to blend into the crowd. It is perhaps only appropriate then that covering a 458 with camouflage inside and out serves to make the already attention grabbing car stick out even more.
We were tired of the whole "chrome your supercar" thing — until we saw this one. It's a Ferrari 458 Challenge hitting the track at this week's Cavalino Classic Ferrari and Maserati festival, shining in the Florida sun.
Spot a car like a Ferrari 458 parked outside Harrods and it looks tacky. Spot one in the pits for Grand-Am practice and it looks purposefully menacing. The race numbers, slicks and gargantuan brakes definitely help there too.
Few things are more universally recognizable as a product of Italy than a brand new Ferrari. For this reason we find the Swedish owner's choice to wrap a brand new Ferrari 458 in the colors of the Italian flag a little strange.
Ferrari debuted the 458 Spider at this past week's Frankfurt Motor Show, making it the current topless super car to beat. To officially introduce the folding aluminum roof equipped Ferrari and make us commoners want one even more they also created this promotional video.
You've seen the new Ferrari 458 Italia Spider, now watch its retractable roof open, with epic orchestral accompaniment. Simplicity is sexiness: the cover opens; the roof rotates, paddle-wheel-style, into place, and the cover comes down. All that's missing is a mustache and the Magnum PI theme music.
Like clockwork, the boys in Maranello are releasing the Ferrari 458 Spider in time for a Frankfurt Auto Show debut later this year. And like clockwork, someone's leaked what they say are photos of the well-sculpted red convertible early.
Your fancy dual-clutch seven-speed transmission may let you make shifts faster than hummingbird farts, Mr. Ferrari 458 Italia driver, but we're guessing you wouldn't accidentally start a drag race in reverse if you had a classic gated shifter and embarrassed yourself in front of all these people and the Internet.
The Rolex Grand Am series shares an owner with NASCAR, but does it follow the same raucous playbook? Perhaps, considering Ferrari's new Grand Am-prepped 458 GT3's got "greater lateral protection" for more safety in "a series in which collisions are rather more frequent." Oh, mi scusi, signore, but — how you say —…
Looks like that Ferrari Club Italia Troféo held at Vallelunga circuit near Rome this past weekend wasn't just the last roundup for a Ferrari 599 GTO. Another driver went pear-shaped on a decreasing-radius turn off a high-speed straight, sliding his 458 Italia into a tire wall. Tis but a scratch!
Remember when you begged your dad to let you take out the family hauler the second you got your learner's permit. Remember imagining pretending that big Buick was a sleek, Italian exotic. This kid doesn't have to pretend. That "L" on the Ferrari 458 Italia is how Britain signifies a learner driver. Which means the…
Note to this dickbag in a Ferrari 458: It's not certified hoonage if you're putting innocents at risk. Watching him cut blind corners and blow past cyclists like they're signposts makes us wish there was a car-to-car rocket launcher. But those risk collateral damage too.
A Ford truck achieved revenge for the Italians naming their new F1 car the Ferrari F150. Sadly, this 458 Italia only traversed 500 miles and therefore never had the chance to burn to the ground before being violently struck.
Watch the Ferrari 458 Challenge, the Italian automaker's latest gallopingly track-ready stallion, get mercilessly whipped like a rented mule around Monza. Remember to turn your speakers up to 11 for the full, gloriously sonorous engine experience.